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After studying at the School of Applied Arts in Paris, Claire Morel Fatio graduated with a degree as an illustrator and graphic designer. She now works for major publishing houses in the practical and youth sectors ( Albin Michel,...Show more
After studying at the School of Applied Arts in Paris, Claire Morel Fatio graduated with a degree as an illustrator and graphic designer. She now works for major publishing houses in the practical and youth sectors ( Albin Michel, Flammarion, First, Hachette, Larousse, Payot... ).  As a Parisian, she is particularly passionate about the city that she illustrates with tenderness and poetry. Always in search of places to draw, she likes to be surprised at a street corner by a detail that she would not have seen before, or by a scene of everyday life.  Read less
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Our products leave our workshops within 8 working days.
The format 38x56 cm, 56x76 cm, 76x105 cm,
and 95x130 cm within 10 to 15 days

Delivery

Metropolitan France and Worlwide 

Image sizes

  • 22x22 cm - Drawing : 13x13 cm
  • 30x40 cm - Drawing : 19,4x27,2 cm
  • 40x50 cm - Drawing : 30,4x41,8 cm
  • 38x56 cm - Drawing : 32,6x50 cm
+3 cm of large white
  • 56x76 cm - Drawing : 50x70 cm
+3 cm of large white
  • 76x105 cm - Drawing : 75x100 cm
  • 95x130 cm - Drawing : 90x120 cm
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Toqué Frères

Coming from a family of artists, the Toqué are two brothers who embellish the places of life by bringing colors, horizons and positive messages. They don't pretend to save the world, but they humbly try to reveal the intrinsic beauty of life. A strong, positive word that you come across on your way can change a dark idea into a smile. Expert typographers and admirers of Méheut and Sorolla, their work combines the eye-catching message of humor and wordplay with an old-fashioned aesthetic.